Picard singing

"Picard" singing a drinking song

A drinking song was a song that was usually sung during the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Klingons were fond of drinking songs.

"Heart of Oak" was one such song. In 2366, a phony Jean-Luc Picard sang it with his men, something which caused William T. Riker to question what his "captain" was up to. (TNG: "Allegiance")

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